Actions boycotting the electoral farce spread in Brazil

Activists and members of the public have been carrying out various political actions and activities to boycott the electoral farce of 2020 and defend the need for the Democratic Revolution to establish a truly democratic regime. Graffiti, pamphlets, agitations with banners and posters, and rallies are some of the activities done to unmask the reactionary election and its bureaucratic and semi-feudal character.

Published below are some of the activities that reached the newsroom through the Support Committees, readers, and supporters. This publication will be constantly updated (last update: 11h20 of 11/26).

Graffiti demanding emergency aid until the end of the recession and against the election, in Montes Claros, North of Minas Gerais: Emergency aid of R$1,000 until the end of the recession! Elections no! Revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Banner found in the rural area of Corumbiara, in Rondonia: Elections no! Popular War yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against the elections in Belém, Pará: Don’t vote! Fight! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti found in Porto Velho, Rondônia: No Election! Revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti found in Porto Velho, Rondônia: No Election! Revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti demanding basic rights for the people was found in the city of Aparecida de Goiânia, in Goiás: National production, salary and decent work! Election no, revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti demanding vaccination and against the electoral farce, also found in Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás: Vaccination for the people! Election, no! Revolution, yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti demanding emergency aid until the end of the recession and against the reactionary election, in Aparecida de Goiânia, Goiás: Emergency aid of R$1,000 until the end of the recession! Election no! Revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against the electoral farce in Pedra de Maria da Cruz, North of Minas Gerais: Don’t vote, fight! Elections are a farce! and Election no! revolution yes! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against the Bolsonaro government/generals, Montes Claros, North of Minas Gerais: Down with the government of generals and its fallacious captain! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against the electoral farce found in Curitiba, Paraná: Don’t vote, fight! Photo: AND Database
Agitation activity against the electoral farce held in Recife, state of Pernambuco. Photo: AND Database
Collages calling the people to boycott the elections and fight for the Revolution were placed in several places in the city of Recife, also in Pernambuco. Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against electoral farce in Rio Grande do Sul, in the city of Porto Alegre, near the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS): Down with the electoral farce! Photo: AND Database
Collages against the electoral farce were also made in Porto Alegre: Don’t vote! Down with the electoral farce! For the New Democracy! Photo: AND Database
Graffiti against the electoral farce in Guarulhos, São Paulo: Elections no! Popular War yes! Photo: AND Database
An act of agitation against electoral farce, in central Brazil, in Rio de Janeiro. Photo: AND Database
Pamphlet and agitation carried out in favor of the Revolution and against the election held in Salvador, Bahia. Photo: AND Database
Posters and pamphlets for the New Democratic Revolution and against the electoral farce were spread throughout the city of Chapecó, in Santa Catarina. Photo: AND Database
Posters and pamphlets for the New Democratic Revolution and against the electoral farce were spread throughout the city of Chapecó, in Santa Catarina. Photo: AND Database

This is an unofficial translation of an article published on the A Nova Democracia website on November 26.

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